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The fund invests primarily in fixed income securities, including U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. and foreign mortgage-backed and asset-backed securities and corporate bonds. It invests primarily in fixed income securities with short- to intermediate-term maturities of 3 to 5 years but may also invest in longer term securities. The fund may also invest in U.S. and foreign stocks, including those in emerging markets, American Depository Receipts, and derivative instruments.
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Marc Tommasi is the Head of Global Investment Strategy and the Managing Director of the Global Strategies Group at Manning & Napier. In this capacity, Marc is responsible for macroeconomic overviews by country on a global basis. In addition, Marc is a member of the Senior Research Group and has over 25 years of experience at Manning & Napier. Marc earned his BA in Economics and Political Science from the University of Rochester.
Christian Andreach is a Co-Head of Global Equities and the Managing Director of the Consumer Group at Manning & Napier. In this capacity, Christian is responsible for analytical coverage of stocks within the Consumer sector. In addition, Christian is a member of the Senior Research Group. Prior to joining Manning & Napier in 1999, he worked as a Financial Analyst for The Procter & Gamble Company. Christian earned his BBA in Finance and Economics from St. Bonaventure University and his MBA from the University of Rochester. He is also a CFA® charterholder.
Ebrahim Busheri is the Director of Investments at Manning & Napier. Over his firm tenure, spanning from 1988 to 2001 and again from 2011 through present day, Ebrahim has held positions as Head of Emerging Growth Group; Head of Technology Group; Head of Consumer Group; and Director of Research. During his hiatus from Manning & Napier he worked as the Director of Investments at W.P. Stewart and as a Consultant for Heritage Capital. Ebrahim earned his BA in Accounting and Economics from Muskingum College and his MBA in Finance from the University of Rochester. He is a CFA charterholder.
Marc Bushallow is Managing Director of Fixed Income at Manning & Napier. Prior to becoming Managing Director, Marc was a Senior Analyst in the Fixed Income Group, concentrating on analysis of below investment-grade corporate bonds. He also spent some time at the Firm as an Assistant performing quantitative and macroeconomic research. Today, Marc works on economic overviews and the top-down positioning of the Firms fixed income portfolios. He oversees the Firms high-yield, global, nontraditional, and core fixed income strategies. Marc joined Manning & Napier in 1999 and left to pursue a masters degree in 2002, returning to the Firm in 2008. Before returning to Manning & Napier, Marc spent four years at Barclays Capital, gaining sell-side experience requiring the evaluation and recommendation of high-yield credit, including both cash and derivative products. He acquired and applied detailed understanding of new issue syndication, trading, bond structure and covenants, etc. During that time, Marc and his team were two-time runnerups in the Institutional Investor All-Europe Fixed-Income Research Team poll for High-Yield Consumer Products. Marc holds his BA in Economics from the State University of New York at Geneseo and his MS in Economics from the London School of Economics & Political Science. He is also a CFA charterholder.